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The Hudson Library and Historical Society will host their annual virtual Tween and Teen Pitch night on Thursday November 11th at 6:30 pm. Winners and runners-up will receive cash prizes of up to $150 from the Burton D. Morgan Foundation. Applicants in grades 5 to 12 should submit their ideas for an innovative product or business by filling out the application by October 26th. Family and friends can register above to receive a Zoom link for the final Pitch.Teens should Click Here to Apply
NEW TIME: 4:45-5:30 p.m.Children are invited to a monthly exploration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.We'll meet Zoom, share a story or two then end with an craft or activity.Registration is required. For Grades K-2.
The smell of fresh-baked cookies. The look of bright red strawberries. What lures YOU to seek a snack? Join this real-life investigation of how praying mantis hunting behavior gives us insights into our own eating habits. Compare insect and human senses, and see amazing scanning microscope images of insects’ sensory organs -- taken in our own Entomology lab. Examine insect specimens used at the Ritzmann Lab with Case Western Reserve University—and hear their brain activity! This program will take you beyond the basic 5 senses with the help of 6-legged scientists! Presented by Educators from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Hudson City Schools have the day off so join us and CMNH on Zoom Webinar!
All ages are invited. Content will be geared towards children in grades 1-8, touching on Ohio Learning Standards for Grades 3-7. Click here for a PDF of the bonus material.Please register everyone attending. This program will be recorded and shared live on the Hudson Library’s Facebook page. A link to the recorded video will be emailed to registrants once its available. The recording will be kept until Monday, Nov. 22.
Kindermusik is the leading music and movement program for children in early childhood development. We offer three sessions in-person at the library, all with a licensed Kindermusik teacher: ages 0-2 (with a caregiver) at 9:30 and 10:30, and ages 3-5 (with a caregiver) at 11:30. Registration is required. Please register each child (no adult registration needed).
Face masks are required for all attendees 2-years-old and older for in-person library programs (regardless of vaccination status). Social distancing will also be followed. Caregivers must attend this program with their children.
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